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Usually the third Saturday of the month.

2017 bark park mulching event

University of Delaware student/ Blue Hen Leadership Program Day of Service volunteers (4-22-2017) spreading a big load of mulch on both sides of the IHP Bark Park

2017 UD Volunteers

University of Delaware student volunteers from Phi Sigma Pi (Alpha Eta Chapter), U.D.'s only gender-inclusive honor & service fraternity, doing clean-up of the Iron Hill Science Center grounds on 5-29-2017 in preparation for the Center's annual Archaeology Festival event. They also worked in Iron Hill Park cleaning debris from the playground and collecting litter.

Kiosk

We have a bulletin board that we change once in a while. Volunteers updated it fr spring 2017.

2016 Arbor Day Tree Planting

Shots of Hannah Steenkamer, FofIHP volunteer (and BTW, also a volunteer jr. camp counselor at the Science Center this summer, for a week with her brother Daniel), shown planting her Arbor Day 2016 gift of a 6-foot Pin Oak tree to the Science Center, planted at a site chosen by the Director near the Museum pavilion.

2016 Phi Sigma Pi Cleanup Day

Part of a cleanup effort for Earth Day

Bank of America Weed Activity

Several teams from Bank of America have visited the park over the years to help remove invasive weeds, mostly the very nasty Multiflora rose.

Nature in the Park

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Geocaching Event

Iron Hill has several caches hidden around the park.

Doggie park

One of the main features of the renewed park is a "bark park" where people can exercise their pooches without having them on a leash.

Park Dedication

Over the winter of 2007/8 the county renewed the park after it had descended into seediness. That spring they rededicated the park, and the Friends have been active supporters of the park ever since.

New Entrance

In 2011 the county built a new, more public entrance to the park on Old Baltimore Pike.

Kids at play

If you would like to have pictures of your kids here, email them to the webmaster at admin (at) friendsofironhill.org. Maybe he'll put them up.

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